When installing, I chose to import settings from my perfectly working 3.4.? installation.
I could not run pip against python 2.7.8 via the project interpreter settings. even though I had the correct binary chosen, Pycharm keeps trying to use the pip associated with Python 3.2. This is sort of weird because I don't have Python 3.2 installed.
In /library/frameworks/python.framework I have python 2.7.8 and python 3.4.1. (Yes, there is the apple version in /system/library/frameworks, which is python 2.7.6 but nothing points there.
I deleted the config from the gear icon and more for 2.7 and attempted to recreate the project interpreter by manually navigating down the the binary file for python in the frameworks..versions..2.7 branch. I get the interpreter, but PyCharm continues to try to use the wrong pip. Which is rather weird because the 3.x version should be called pip3.
I must have something funny with my config. Presumably this would be obvious considering you did a bunch of work on package management for this release.
Got any suggestions?